Exhibition Highlights

 

2017:

   Transient Visions Festival of the Moving Image 2017,  Johnson City, N.Y. Screening 

    of  the video short Your Cage Is Ready.

   Bay Area Video Coalition, San Francisco, CA. Served on a panel to evaluate and    

    recommend participants for the BAVC Preservation Access Program.

   Berkeley Video and Film Festival 17, Berkeley, CA. Screening of video short 

     Your Cage Is Ready .

   The Bindery, San Francisco, CA. Expanded Cinema performance in collaboration with 

     Fred Rinne.

   Grey Area Art and Technology, Unseen Series, curated by Matt Fisher, San  

     Francisco, CA. A night of improvised sound and video with musicians Christina 

     Chatfield, Scott Moore, and Guy Taylor and video artist Bill Wiatrosky.

    Berkeley Civic Arts Commission, Berkeley CA. Recipient of an individual artist                 

     grant for 2017-18 grant cycle to develop a video art/dance collaborative project.

   Montreal Underground Film Festival, Montreal, Canada. Screening of the video     

     short Your Cage Is Ready.

   Telepresence, analog video art meet-up and performance, Montreal, Canada. 

      Performed a set in collaboration with the sound artist Wizard Of.

   Here Comes Everybody, cable access screening of the video short A Horrible Mess, 

     Berkeley channel 28 and 33, L.A. channel 36.

   Bay Area Video Coalition, San Francisco, CA. Taught workshop on video art tools and    

     techniques.

   The Church of St. John Coltrane, San Francisco, CA. Live improvised video   

     performance with the free jazz group Dancin’ Baby.

   The Exploratorium Museum of Science and Art, San Francisco, CA. Video art 

     installation as part of The Exploratorium’s yearly Extended Cinema event.

   Shapeshifters Cinema, Temescal Art Center, Oakland CA. Group screening of works  

     in reaction to Trump’s first 100 days in office. Live improvised video performance.

   

2016:  

   Other Cinema, Optronica #2, San Francisco, CA.: Live, improvised video and sound  

     performance with Lori Varga.

   San Francisco Cinematheque Benefit Auction: donated the video sculpture Self   

     Portrait With White Privilege. 

   Shapeshifters Cinema, Temescal Art Center, Oakland CA. An evening of performed  

     video and cinema, with film artist Lori Varga and sound artist Thomas Dimuzio.

   SOMArts Night Light Event, San Francisco CA. Video installation and performance    

     utilizing interviews of artists participating in The Black Woman Is God exhibit.   

     Curated by Karen Seneferu and Melorra Green.

   Grey Area Art and Technology, Unseen Series, curated by Matt Fisher, San  

     Francisco, CA. Wave Encounters Obstacle, a night of improvised sound and video  

     with musicians Thomas Dimuzio, Sung Kim, and Brian Pedersen, and film artist Lori 

     Varga.

   Oakland Freedom Jazz Society at Studio Grand, Oakland, CA.: Video  

     performance with the music groups Dancin’ Baby, and Solo Organ by Doug Katelus.

   Other Cinema, Optronica #1, San Francisco, CA.: Live, improvised video and sound   

     performance; Plumb the Deaths.

   Artist Salon, Oakland, CA. Improvised video performance with Butoh dancer Judy

     Kajiwara, and pianist Motoko Honda.

   Krowswork Gallery, Oakland CA. Group show.

 

2015: Berkeley Video and Film Festival 15: Berkeley, CA. Screening of video short, PsychoNation2.0

   San Francisco Cinematheque Benefit Auction: Donated, exhibited, and sold the video sculpture, Neil's House,

       through the online auction house, Paddle 8.

   Oakland Freedom Jazz Society at Studio Grand: Video performance with the improvisational

       music group Chinese Fire Drill.

   The Ridge Space; Oakland, CA. Refraction, Reflection, Diffraction, and Interference.

      Two nights of improvised sound and expanded video with Sung Kim and friends.

   San Francisco Cinematheque at The Center for New Music, ; San Francisco, CA ;  

      Lateral Thinking, a night of expanded video performance.                      

  Artist’s Television Access, San Francisco, CA. Believing Is Seeing, multi channel 

      robotic video installation in the ATA storefront windows, for the month of February.

   Sweet Adeline’s, Berkeley, CA. Solo show of drawings, for the month of January.

 

2014: Berkeley Video and Film Festival 14: Berkeley, CA. Screening of My Happy Place.

   Southern Exposure: More Than One Way; San Francisco CA. Juried screening of              

      Their White Asses.

 

2013: The Great Wall of Oakland: About Oakland, By Oakland; juried screening of 

      film and video.

   The Lab, San Francisco, CA: Preformed with National Disgrace at The Brutal Sound     

      Effects Festival #73 and the Godwaffle Noise Pancakes series.

   Hallwalls Members' Show, Buffalo, N.Y.:  Group show.                                                    

 

2012: Artists Television Access, San Francisco, CA.: Performed with Marshall Weber             

   and National Disgrace in Mr. Weber's Streetopia Poetry Crawl performance.

 

2010-'11: Artist in Residence, Squeaky Wheel Media Center, Buffalo, N.Y.: Submitted 

      proposal, created new artwork and installation in the Squeaky Wheel gallery using video 

      and kinetic sculpture.   

   Artists and Models Events, Hallwalls, Buffalo, N.Y.: Submitted and executed           

      proposals to create artworks utilizing video, sculpture, and performance art elements.

   Music Is Art Festival, Buffalo, N.Y.:  Multi-media installation.

   Hallwalls Members' Show, Buffalo, N.Y.:  Group show.

 

1998: The Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA: Performed as part of the 

   groupNational Disgraceusing musical instruments fabricated out ofindustrial waste. 

 

1995 & '96:  Lollapalooza Music Festivals,  Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View,      

   CA. Performed as part of the group, National Disgrace in an installation of sound                

   producing sculpture.

 

1993: The Show And Tell Gallery,  San Francisco CA: 4 person show. Exhibited       

   paintings and sculptures with fellow artists.

 

1991-'92: Pro Arts Open Studios, San Francisco Bay Area: Juried group exhibition that    

   invited the public to visit artists in their studios.

 

1990: The Media Gallery, San Francisco, CA: Group show.

 

1988: 48th Annual Juried Exhibition, Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA:        

   Was awarded the Louise A. Cramer Sculpture Prize.

 

1987: The Painted Bride Art Center, Philadelphia, PA: Performances celebrating Marcel 

   Duchamp's 100th birthday.

 

1985: Artist's Television Access, San Francisco, CA: Installation and performance group 

   show.

1984: 31st Annual Competition, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA:  Group show

   juried by Patterson Sims, Whitney Museum, New York,  NY.

 

 

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